London, South Kensington
25 October 2007
BYRON, George, Gordon Noel, Lord (1788-1824). Conversations of Lord Byron with the Countess of Blessington. London: for H. Colburn, 1834. 8°. Lithographed portrait, with the final advertisement leaf (a little spotting). Contemporary half calf (slightly worn).
A Catalogue of the Costly and Elegant Effects, comprising all the Magnificent Furniture...the Extensive & Interesting Library...The Property of...the Countess of Blessington. London: Phillips, 1849. 4° (244 x 190mm). Interleaved. Late 19th-century cloth-backed boards, original blue wrappers preserved. Provenance: J.P. Stocker (contemporary signature on front wrapper) - Frank Marcham (book-label).
And D'Horsay; or, the Follies of the Day (London: 1844). (3)
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